Local Resources

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Forum
We were thrilled to host our first candidate forum of 2015 in Queens, marking AARP’s first-ever dive into issues advocacy on the local level in New York City. More than 200 New Yorkers engaged in the event and had many questions for the candidates.
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Having grown up in New York City, I have experienced the rapidly changing dynamics of our great city for more than half a century. As I look to age into my next 50 years in NYC, I realize that none of these changing dynamics have been as fundamental as the generational shifts. So as a charter member of the Baby Boomers and a lifelong New Yorker I understand why Generation X and Boomers have “High Anxiety” about how they can afford to age in NYC AARP NY has the unique opportunity to impact the lives of the current aging cohort and of the generations that will follow them. This year marks the commitment that AARP will be on the ground, in all five Boroughs and on the steps of City Hall fighting for AARP NY’s 750,000 members in NYC on issues that matter to them and future generations of New Yorkers.
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Cahill, Assembly Back Consumer Advocate, Intervenor Funding
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Contacts: David Irwin, dirwin@aarp.org; Erik Kriss, ekriss@aarp.org
Money
Contacts: Erik Kriss, ekriss@aarp.org; David Irwin, dirwin@aarp.org
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Contacts: Erik Kriss 518-447-6723, ekriss@aarp.org; David Irwin, dirwin@aarp.org
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Contacts: Erik Kriss 518-447-6723 ekriss@aarp.org, Chaunda Ball 212 407-3732 cball@aarp.org
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